I am not on prescript
ion medications for my ocular myasthenia gravis. However, I have had very good results with supplements. I started with Huperzine A, which the government is using in clinical trials for something entirely different. I am using the same dose the goverment used in the trials. After 4 months my eyes no longer appeared as small slits due to weak eye muscles. I am now adding Lecithin to see if further improvement can be made. Both Huperzine A and Lecithin increase acetylcholine but in different ways. An
d of course I am intent on trying to insure the MG does not proceed further. Google Huperzine A with myastenia gravis, then Lecithin with mysastenia gravis and you should get information. You may also get info by searching for myasthenia gravis on www.lef.org
. My regular neurologist and also the neuro-opthalmologist both approve of my approach and have made notes on what I am doing and my apparent success. Although ocular MG sometimes disappears spontaneously, that is unlikely in my case because photographs going back 10 years show my eyes as small slits. It would be remarkable for that to just happen now. Discovery of my problem came about
because I sought plastic surgery for my eye condition. Yes, MG shows on my blood tests. Because plastic eye surgery was not recommended for my eye slits, I sought other solutions for the MG causing the condition - and may have found them.